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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894
Business Advertisements. -o I C W. MATCHETT, - Wholesale and Family Butcher,- HAS succeeded R. LANCASTER & CO., of the IL SOMERSET BUTCHERY, * Queen-st., :Warragul. -Meat of very best quality. I Small Goods a Specialty & Alirays on Hnad. - ODnss CALuLs ron & PROxPTLrr DELIVERED. t'° The Loading Establishment of the Town. - NOTICE OF REMOVAL. A. J. HARRIS, The Well-known TAILOR, has REMOVED from Sam ISTT T TO QUEEN ST%11T, In Premises lately occupied by Dr. Cameron. .. &.. a. 3 , is now showing a New and Large assortment Worsteds, Tweeds, &c., also a large stock of Hats, Shirts, Ties, of all Shades and Makes at Prices that cannot be beaten. Why Buy Slops when you can get a good fit and all woo Tweed Suit for: £2.2s., to Measure. We have also a number of SUITS made to ORDER, and, not Called for, that we are offering at Less than HALF-PRICE. Notice New Address QTLEr1N STREET, Directly opposite Railway Station. Business Notice. PUBLIC MOTICE.M OLD...
DISTRICT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
DISTRICT COURTS. -o Courts of Petty Session: will 1.e held at tuidermentioncd places for the year ais ulder : YAMIAGON. -- second Monday in each mnonth at 12 00oon. Bunilono-a is:nue pre. viou.; ?Monday. W.VA1 GUL1.--.:?vry Tuelday at 11 a..m Suouon a?' ir:a:td dail, xcepjt m lin the cill; I:i at other court. D;O1llI.-W;'d.ir the to aol : rd full e:k inll 1c 1 h w11111 iat 11.::') o'clcl:. ,acn mnn .i.-ud ur :inu's \\Wd-cdav. II-ANDY CliE:K.-Thiur lay in the 2nd fui l wc: in ca.h mun'l at l.n SON TIG['OI : to \Varra;;l ll ail v St-ll J tion ar te the Guardian" Gas I'rinting Works, which arte repkte with miodern machinery.
THE DAIRY THE MILK CONDENSING INDUSTRY. "Crazy uncle Gail's" Idea and What Came of It. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
THE MILK CONDENSING INDUSTRY. "Crazy IUn e Gall's" Idea and What Camo of ItL -About forty years ago Gail Borden, a civil engineer of New England ancestry, conceived the idea that milk could be . boiled down in a vacuum till from the liquid condition it became substantially solid, and in that state, preserved by means of another Yankeeinvention-the sealed tin can-it could be kept for any length of time. Mr. Borden had lived much in the south, particularly in Texas, and he had seen the great need of such an article as his invention would pro. duce if his idea was practicable. He began experimenting on this and other ideas that teemed in his overflowing brain. Eighteen years he experimented with the milk condensing. He made a suc cess of the condensation, but he could not make it a financial success. He spent all the money he got on his new ideas, for there were so many of them. People who knew him, especially the neighbors, made merry over the milk condensing notion. They would have b...
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. The following accounts ar linug at the Receipt andl Pay Otlice, W arm anl : R. Burns, P. ]ellinghlna, J. l'rings, T. B. lrown, W. (Cousins, A. Cain, W. Curtis, Jas. Coinor, J. Clarke, B1. E. D)llon, Mary Doran, J. Ducey, A. English (2), E. Frost, S. Gill, G. Iodges, J. Jenette D. Jones, G. Johnstone (2,;, R. Jolly, P. Kinnano, T. Kellehter, S. A. Lamport, A. C. Lyons (:, C. Leach, W i. Manton, A. Macknzie, E. IMoore, J. 3flMahon, . . I cQuirk, I'oouong and Jeetho Shire, 11. 'Paterson, W. J. IRoberts, W. Sanders, J. Thorne, J. W. Williams.
THE FROZEN MEAT INDUSTRY. PROPOSED MEETING AT WARRAGUL. MR. HOTSON PREPARED TO LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
THE FROZEN MEAT INDUSTRY. pnOPOSED MEETING AT WARRAGUL. MR. HOTSON IpEPARED TO LECTURE. It is encouraging to notice that the reports which have been recently circulated in the Press concerning the frozen meat export trade and the remunerative results that have attended the industry in New Zealand and New South \Vales, have awakened" an interest in the question on the part of many of our local farmers, and are likely to lead to practical results. We have in previous issues given details of the rapid advance of the trade in other parts, and finding that there was a feeling prevailing in the district favourable to starting a branch of the industry here, we felt that an impetus might be given to the sug :gestiou if it could be arranged for the eiorking of the. entire system to be placed before the farmers in a lucid and exhaustive manner, and thus give them a complete grasp of what was theant by the "frozen meat export trade." We accordingly, placed our selves in communication' with Mr....
An Odd Turkish Superstition. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
An Odd Turkish Supersttiton. An odd Turkish superstition is as fol lows: If one finds a piece of bread lying upon the ground he must pick it up, kiss it and carry it until he finds a hole into which the kiss can be inserted. To step upon a piece of bread or to leave it lying upon the ground is one of the unpardon able sins and dooms the offender to the third hell, where lihe is perpetually gored by an or that has but a single horn. that in the center of his foreliead.---,t. Louis Republic,
CRICKET. TINDALE-FLEMING CHALLENGE CUP FIXTURES. FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
CRICKET. TINDALE-FLEMING CHAL LENGE .CUP FIXTURES. - FIRST R0oI UlD.;'n Jan. 20 and 27-P. S. v.-Dhrtnm, at Warragul; Drouin v. Jindivick, at Drouin; 'Drouin S.. v. Warragul at rouni S. SECOND OUND.. Feb. 3 and 10--Dronin .. Darnumn at Drouin; P. S. . Warragul, at Warragul ; Drouin S. '. Jindivick, at Drouin S.: The Darnum and Drouin clubs commenced their return match on the 8rd inst., on the ground of the latter, the result being so far-Darnum 0 runs behind on the first innings and lost two wickets for 14 runs. The fielding of Darnum was not good.: Tindale bowled best' for Drouin, taking 5 wickets for 21 runs, Gadd doiig'ditto for Darnum, and had the splendid average of 5 wickets for 9. runs. Reynolds. ~batted best for Drouin, although he gave two easy chances before he had 20 runs made. .East: down, Frazer and Ryan batted well for', Darnum. Appended are the scores: Disn.. .1st Innings. Neville b Rey3nolds ... 5 Griffin, b leynolds Palmer, c Tidale, b Hotliam ' 0,:; -Downing, blReyh...
The Wends. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
Tho Wends. In outward appearance the Wends are throughout a powerful, healthy and muscular race, whose men are coveted for the conscription. The first Na poleon's famous "Bouchers Saxons" the Saxon dragoons-were nearly all Wends. And in the present day it is the Wends who contribute the lion's share of recruits to the Saxon household regiments. Their women are prized throughout Germany as nurses. They are all well built, well shaped, rich in muscle and nimble in motion, like the Lacedmmonian women of old. Next to stature, the most distinctive external feature of the race is their national dress, which, as in most similar cases, survives longest and in its most charac teristic form among women. As be tween different districts it varies very markedly, but throughout it has some common features.-Fortnightly Review.
LOCAL RAILWAY MATTERS. THE MINISTER TO BE INTERVIEWED. A DEPUTATION ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
LOCAL RAILWAY MATTERS. TIlE IINISTER TO BE INTERVIEWED. A DEPUTATION ARRANGED. During the brief stay made by Mr. Richardson, the Minister for Railways, at the Warragul station last evening on his way to North Gippsland, where he intends inspecting the route of the proposed line from Cunninghame to Orbost, he was interviewed by Presi dent Smyth, wha arranged for a deputation to meet him on his return journey, on Friday evening, in regard to the question of railway freights, the running of an early morning train from \Warragul and the running of a late train from Warragul to Neerim South on Saturday evenings. The adjourned meeting of those in. terested in the formation of a racing club was held in the Shire-hall last evening. The meeting was eventually further adjourned for the purpose of consulting the Shire Council and the Agricultural Society re the proposal to form a running course on the Show ground and the adjoining reserve, and also for the purpose of obtaining levels and cost ...
TEMPORARY HOBBIES. The Instinct in Human Nature That Finds Expression in Fads. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
,TEMPORARY HOBBIES." The' Instinct In. Human Nature That Finds Expression in Fads. A fad is described in the dictionaries as a "trivial fancy, adopted and pursued for a time with irrational zeal." -There is always a strong desire among certain people to take up some fad or other that shall distinguish them from other peo ple. They are usually intelligent, but have more or less a spice of the crank in their temperament and. disposition. They want to be and to do something that separates them from the great mass of humanity. Sometimes this is accom. plished with the aid of accident, as of birth or of training, as of areligious creed or of nature, when a woman is hand some or a man particularly good look ing. But these latter are minor and in dividual affectations. Where such per sonal advantages fail there is still another mode of keeping up a discrimi nation from the multitude of people. It is to cultivate a fad. The mildest form of it is exhibited among men and wom en in cultivating...
WITH A SCARAS TO A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
WITH A SCARAB TO A FRIEND. Day by day, and mile by mile, As I journeyed up tbo Nile, 1"Pen in hand, Taking sketches. making notes Of tenaples, tourists, boats, Palms and sand; Labyrintblno tombs exploring, Climbing pyramids, adoring .Godsof old; "Anteckah" hunting, trying My 'prentice hand at buying, - .Being "sold:" . In the midst of these excurslons, S "Fantasis" and diverslons. Without K, I bought a tiny scuarb One morning from an Arab " For my friend. It was once the sacred tokbn Of eternity unbroken And divine. S?ome long vanished priest or king, Lord or lady, owned the thing "teiown'tis thine. . -Amelia B. Edwards.
TARIFF PERPLEXITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
TARIFF PERPLEXITIES. A well-know Ballarat tradesman confesses (says the Ballarat " Courier") to be terribly perplexed. He wants to understand the railway freight system and cannot. Recent experiences have completely fogged him, because he is a bit of an arithmetician, and the ordinary rules of arithmetic and the freights as lie experienced them do not agree. Thus-he obtained a package from Melbourne containing fourteen pairs of boots, each pair in a cardboard box. Freightage for the fackage, Gd. IHe sent one of the four teen packages back in a package one fourteenth the size of that in which it came ; freightage, 9d. This was dpz zling, of course, but he might have regarded the discrepancy as an acci dent, only he sent a pair of boots to Lal Lal; freightage, 5d; and the same pair of boots was returned to him from Lal Lal; freightage, 3d. Perhaps the phases of the moon have something to do with the variation. He does not intend to put on a waggon to take his packages to and from Melb...
THE LOST CHILD. LONG AND FRUITLESS SEARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
THE LOST CHILD. LONG AND) FRUITLESS SEARCH. --o- Mr. W. W. W.Iead,. the ftlher of the little boy who was lost in the scrub at 1'akenhamn over two weeks ago, left for his home in Sydney on Friday. Up to a short time before his departure ?Mr. HIIead continued his anxious and fruitless search for the unfortunate lad, and only abanded when all hopes of success seemed at an end. During the past fortnight various large search parltis have boeen conseuottly looking for traces of the boy. The dense ti-tree scrub has been explored as far as possible, and the many waterhxles in a which the child might have fallen have been carefully dragged. So exhaustively indeed, has the whole place been scoured without any tidings of the miissing lad been gleaned that his fate must be a lattler of the valguest conjecture. At nlle tile there could not ]have been less than 200 searcherts lending their assistance, maln every thicket which was not abso lutely impenetrable was thoroughly ex. amined,
PAINFULL ACCIDENT TO A DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
PAINFULL ACCIDENT TO A DOCTOR. ----- \\ile driving towards his )lome at Hawthorn about noon on Friday, Mr. W. Fisher, medical practitioner (late of Mor well), met with a nasty accident. When entering Wellington-parade his horse be. came restive, and in a sudden plunge one of the traces parted. This caused the buggy to sway to one side, and, aided by the high speed and the weight of the hood, which was up at the time, the vehicle turned over, and was considerably dauaged. The groom who was driving escaped unhurt, but 'Mr. Fisher received a laeerated wound on the left brow, with anrious abrasions and considerable slhock. Ile was assisted to the residence of MIr. Warren, surgeon, close by, where lie re ceived attention from Mrs. \Warren and a lady friend until the arrival of JMr. Wart en, who was stnuuoned by telephone. It is expected that after a few days the sufferer ill lie able to resume his professional To reduce the railway freights would tlean thlrowitllg away between .?,.0 and ...
GARDEN AND ORCHARD. CALENDAR OF OPERATIONS FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
GARDEN AND ORCHARD. CALENDAR OF OPERATIONS FOR FEBRUARY. -0o - (By Thomas Lang & Co. Nurserymen and Seedsmen, 435 Bourke-st., Melbourne, who supply all garden and farm requisites.) Hot and dry, there is little to be done in gardening, unless water is available, in the way of putting in new crops. Nature, assisted by intelligent industry, has given us a welcome and bountfifl harvest, while luscious fruits of exquisite flavor are rendered even more palatable and refresh ing by tile hot, dry, smoky atmostphere. Apples, Brambles, Figs, Grapes, Lemons, Mulberries, Nectarines, Peaches, Peaches, Pears, and Phuns, all lend their aid as food and drink for thle nourishnlent and pleasures of maln, and more than repay the time, trouble. and expense of establishing thecin in our gardens. Beans,. French.-Sow 2 inches deep. rows 2 feet 6 inches and plants ( foot apart. Soak the seed for 12 hours in water before sowing. Cover tile seed with one inch of soil and 1 inch of the round droppings...
FROM THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
FROM THE GAZETTE. Applications for licenses approved 192a, ,Moe, Susanna L. Reid; 79a Allambee, Caroline Arnup; 45a, Allambeeo Sinclair Adkins; 30Oa, Noojee, J. T Callow, Permits to occupy issued to approved appliants : 90a, Narracan, E. Woodyatt; 156a, Narracan South, A Taylor; 78n, Allambee East, R. A. Anderson 50Oa, Neerim, IR. Armstrong; 25a, Feerim, D. Dodemaide. Licenses declared void: 170a, Darnum, E. O'Erien; 20a, Neerim East, T. iByford; 192a, Neerim East, Ann Gannon. Agricultural and grazing areas available: 192a, Neeriu East, forfeited leasehold of Ann Galinon. Ileservation revoked: Drosin West (Longwcarry).-The temperary reservation, by order of the 17th March, 1891, of live acres of land in thoparish of Drouin West, as a site for supply of gravel, is about to be revoked.-(l).173(') (90.W.:18067), Area reserved for Homestead Settle ICent: Jindivick.-Ninety.four acres, more or less, county of Buln luin, parish of Jindivick: Conmmencing at the south west angle of W, Hutchi...
THE WARRAGUL BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
THE WARRIAIGUL BATIS. Srn,-The way the local baths are looked after is a disgrace to those who are responsible for the control of them, which I take to be the Shire Council. Nohours are fixed in which bathing is permitted, the result is that at aoil hours of the day this hot weather children and youtlie bare headed under the fierce rays of the blazing sun are to be found bathing. If some ot these are not victims to sun stroke or brain fever before long it will be a matter of surprise to many. I think 1 need hardly, point out that morning or evenihg is the proper time to indulge is a bath. as at either of these periods it would prove beneficial, but the indiscriminate fashion in'which it is indulged in by the youth of this town cannot be beneficial to health, on. the contrary is fraught with great danger. It is to be hoped the Council will without-delay frame roguls. tions and see that they are observed by all those who in future patronise our baths. Yours;etc., - : PRO BONO PUBLICO....
THE FROZEN MEAT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 February 1894
THE FRnOZEN. MEAT INDUSTIRy, Ste.--I can heartily commerd the suggestionofyourcorrespondent'* II.A.C' to write Mr. Hotson of the firn of TIirnbtl Ilotson and Co., of the Newport Freezing Works, to lecture o~ the subject in Warragul at an early date. It seems to me that there is a waking op among we farmers regardin tOhis question and none to soon either, The truth is.wo aore carrying too many eg.? in one basket and it is time some other outlet for our energies and capital was found, Dairying though it has been a friend in need is getting overdone and the margin of profit is lamentably entail. The firm aboVe mentioned shown tuflicient faith in. the future of the industry to mnake a start -shipping " freezers" to London atild we now need no further hlisitations to go into the busines; and, pending the erection of works near home send our sheep to Noewport. Yours etc., NEW INDUSTRY, [Our correspondent will doubtless learn with pleasure that Mr. Ilotson is willing to visit Warragul and ...